I never thought I’d see the day that I stopped throwing down $2 (minimum) for a strong cup of coffee at the local coffee shop. Now, I throw down $8 for an entire bag of beans and have my coffee waiting for me in the morning-time.
Here’s what’s great about this machine. You put the beans in the built-in grinder, it grinds them into a fine powder, and makes the coffee. That’s it. It’s simple. It takes under a minute to get everything ready to go and then the coffee’s ready shortly thereafter. It’s delicious, too. So delicious that I’ve stopped using creamer altogether.
The carafe keeps the coffee warm for hours and there’s a permanent filter so you don’t have to keep buying the paper ones. At $150, it’s a bit on the expensive side but it’s totally worth it if you drink coffee every day. There’s a timer function, too, so you can (say it with me) set it, and forget it. You’ll wake up in the morning to some delicious, delicious coffee.